300 points, down 2.3%. when you look at the internals of the market, you can see a reaction of investors to the re-election of barack obama. bank stocks fell sharply. the certainty of obama care hit insurers and coal stocks, for-profit education companies, dividend-paying stocks have all fell too. one sector that was up, hospitals. obama care is seen safe now, after the supreme court ruling, after now the president won the election, and don't blame the election, though, for all of this action on the market yesterday. also flaming yesterday, europe's debt crisis, and big concerns about germany. there are also now 54 days to fix the fiscal cliff and the debt ceiling is again fast approaching. so all of these things together, taking the markets down yesterday. stock futures, though, you guys, were up a bit this morning. so at least right now -- it means with 2 1/2 hours to go to the opening bell, you don't see like a frenzy of selling continuing on from yesterday. you see investors saying, hmm, maybe that was enough selling for now.